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A20

A cytoplasmic zinc finger protein (790 aa) that inhibits NFκB activity and TNF-mediated programmed cell death. The expression of the A20 mRNA is upregulated by TNFα. It is a dual function ...

Islam

Islam: c. 100 - 2005  

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...al-Qaeda al-Qaeda A Dictionary of Contemporary World History 3 1980s 20th century Politics Protest and rebellion Terrorism and assassination Religion Asia Central Asia Afghanistan 1991 1991 A new party, the Islamic Salvation Front, seems certain to win the Algerian election – until the army intervenes Islamic Salvation Front The Oxford Dictionary of Islam 1 1990s 20th century Politics Democracy and dissent Religion Africa North Africa 1992 1992 Algeria is plunged into a brutal civil war between a military junta and Muslim terrorists Algeria A Dictionary of...

Catholic and orthodox

Catholic and orthodox: c. 315 - 2006  

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...2 rev 1960s 20th century Christianity Papacy Rome Italy 1967 1967 Pope Paul VI visits the Patriarch Athenagoras in Istanbul, shocking some Catholics that this visit has preceded one by the Patriarch to Rome Paul VI (21 June 1963–6 Aug. 1978) A Dictionary of Popes 2 1960s 20th century Christianity Papacy 1967 1967 Pope Paul VI and Patriarch Athenagoras issue a joint declaration, emphasizing mutual respect for each other's traditions Paul VI (21 June 1963–6 Aug. 1978) A Dictionary of Popes 2 1960s 20th century Christianity Papacy Italy 1978 1978 A...

Judaism

Judaism: 3761 BCE - c. 1947  

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...Politics Dynasties and royalty Asia West Asia Palestine and Israel 20 BCE 20 BCE Herod the Great, king of Judaea, begins to build a spectacular new Temple for the Jews on the sacred mount in Jerusalem Herod ( c. 73 bc –4 bc ) The Oxford Companion to Classical Literature 3 1st century BCE Roman empire Religion Jerusalem Asia West Asia Palestine and Israel Empires c. 20 20 Saul of Tarsus, later known as St Paul, has a Greek-speaking Jewish father who is a Roman citizen Paul, St ( c. 64) A Dictionary of World History 2 1st century CE Religion Christianity...

Papacy

Papacy: c. 60 - 2006  

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... Universal Prayer , a cantata setting poetry by Alexander Pope, has its premiere in New York Panufnik, Sir Andrzej (24 Sept. 1914) The Oxford Companion to Music 1 rev 1970s 20th century Performing arts Music Europe Poland 1978 1978 Italian cardinal Albino Luciani is elected pope and takes the name John Paul I John Paul I (28 Sept. 1978) A Dictionary of Popes 2 1970s 20th century Religion Christianity Europe Italy 1978 1978 Pope John Paul I dies, after a pontificate of only 33 days John Paul I (28 Sept. 1978) A Dictionary of Popes 2 1970s 20th century Religion...

Religion

Religion: c. 4000 BCE - 2005  

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...Century 1 1920s 20th century Literature Philosophy Christianity Austria 1925 1925 The RSS party, from which the present Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) derives, is established in India by Keshava Baliram Hedgewar Rāṣṭrīya Svayamsevak Saṅgh(a) A Dictionary of Hinduism 1 1920s 20th century Politics Democracy and dissent Asia South Asia India (the subcontinent) 1928 1928 Hassan al-Banna, a schoolteacher in Ismailia, founds the Muslim Brotherhood – to campaign for a society based on the Qu'ran with the sharia as its legal system Muslim Brotherhood A Dictionary of...

Christianity

Christianity: c. 6 BCE - 2006  

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...of Contemporary World History 3 1960s 20th century Religion Latin America Central America South America 1978 1978 Italian cardinal Albino Luciani is elected pope and takes the name John Paul I John Paul I (28 Sept. 1978) A Dictionary of Popes 2 1970s 20th century Religion Papacy Europe Italy 1978 1978 Pope John Paul I dies, after a pontificate of only 33 days John Paul I (28 Sept. 1978) A Dictionary of Popes 2 1970s 20th century Religion Papacy Europe Italy 1978 1978 A Catholic-Orthodox joint commission acknowledges the long-term aim of re-establishing full...

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